Megan Thee Stallion has launched a scholarship for women of colour
The $10k fund is in honour of all the women out there who don’t stop working.
Why art schools must become less corporate and more radical again
With no access to studios, vital resources or physical degree shows, this year's graduates are frustrated. But, pandemic aside, many believe the problems art students are facing have been mounting for years.
6 college students share their gap year plans
Undergrads want the traditional American college experience when it's safe to return to campus, not to pay $50k a year for online classes.
Dior is mentoring woman students from disadvantaged backgrounds
Partnering with UNESCO, the fashion house will be opening its mentoring scheme to women from countries all around the world this summer.
Here's how to contact your MP to demand change in British race education
The Black Curriculum have written a letter for you to send to your local politician, and Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, calling for British schools to recognise colonialism.
5 free online MoMA courses to help you become an art expert in isolation
You have time, you feel like doing things, you have the expertise of one of the best museums on the planet available for nothing.
how the 'stormzy effect' is changing the narrative around elite university access
In acknowledging the tireless hard work of Cambridge's African and Caribbean Society, Stormzy has spotlighted the Black students reforming access systems and governance from within.
what studying abroad can do to your mental health
It's sold as wall-to-wall fun and freedom, but students can feel they've been left high and dry when the reality doesn't match up.
here are 2019’s best fashion schools from around the world
The Business of Fashion has created a new way to rank schools, offering a smarter method for choosing the right fashion course.
we asked queer muslims for their thoughts on the lgbtq lessons debate
In the past month, queer Muslims have had to sit back and watch as both their faith and their sexuality are relentlessly put under the microscope.
how instagram transformed fashion education
Instagram, a poisoned chalice? As it increasingly impacts the lives of fashion students, we explore how it can present both opportunities, and complications.
this campaign shows how kicking kids out of school can lead to prison
#EducationNotExclusion highlights how disadvantaged children often don’t get the support they need under our current education system.